Which One: OVH or RamNode for SSD VPS?
I'm just looking for some feedback from people who may have experience with OVH and RamNode.
Right now I have a 1 GB RAM Premium KVM SSD with RamNode, which I've had for years. I'm looking to get something with a bit more RAM but their Premium line gets a little expensive after 1 GB; I'm using this for mostly personal use. I've had absolutely zero problems with RamNode service-wise. Uptime is fantastic, machine runs fast, etc.
What I'm wondering is if I should switch to their standard KVM SSD line with a 2 or 3 GB VPS or if I should switch to OVH's VPS SSD line.
OVH is a pinch cheaper and my ISP has peering with them (though RamNode's New York location is only about 10-15 ms slower even if it's more hops). OVH provides more RAM for the price but RamNode provides a bit more storage (20 GB of storage should be fine for me though).
Anyone use either? Also, OVH has their "own" ISOs (I'd be using Debian), how are they different (err... "optimized" as OVH's marketing calls it)?
- Which VPS line should I pick?57 votes
- RamNode Premium SSD KVM33.33%
- RamNode Standard SSD KVM12.28%
- OVH VPS SSD40.35%
- Other (share in comments)14.04%